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's always changing and always something to talk about. which is what i love about the bay area weather. >> people can't depend on the bush. >> it's unpredictable. ♪ ♪ >>> microcurriculum at and changing patterns and unseasonable storms. go behind the scenes with abc experienced weather team and learn about what makes our weather unique. abc news presents inside bay area weather. ♪ ♪ >> sandhya patel, news meteorologist. >> really the bay area has many microcurriculums, in the summertime you can have -- microclimates. >> and fog comes along the coastline and only 56 degrees. but you get inland into the livermore valley and livermore is 102. we are talking about a wide range of conditions. every day to nail it down to the exact temperature you are forecasting is challenging. >> mike nicco, abc news meteorologist. >> our microclaim at are changing. our. it has to do with really the microclimates. >> spencer christian, abc news weather. >> a typical winter extreme would be several consecutive days of heavy rain that would produce rain and mudslides and road closures. power outages.
is a huge threat to the bay area. if it continues at current pace we could be seeing major climate changes. we're seeing khaims changes around the world. ♪ ♪ >> i have to say one of the best tools we have at abc7 is live doppler 7-hd. >> leigh glaser, abc news meteorologist. >> whether i am out in the field reporting on weather, it is spot on. it is spot on. it is so reliable, it's accurate. live doppler 7, it's on mount st. helena. it is farther west than any other bay area radar. >> with the radar it's location and location and location. having ours in the north and farther to the west is going to help us see the storms or coming in from the north or west. we'll be able to see them quicker. >> logan johnson, national weather service. >> ours is located near san jose so it doesn't cover the north bay so we use your radar as a key piece of puzzle to understand what is going> what >> what doppler radar generally it detects motion and the movem movement of systems that produce precipitation and intensity and the direction. the speed at which it is moving. all these things is what doppler
're going to make the changes so we're almost done with the year we're not going pull our son out. but i feel for the child and parents. >> several other parents contacted abc 7 nous say the incident is being overblown that those who have seen the photos say little tape was used and it was intends as a joke. we cannot reach the teacher at the center of this, the former teacher. we did try to reach her but we could not. >> in oakland a 13-year-old boy is being treated for what police are describing as a serious gunshot wound. he told them he was shot at 7:30 this morning on 66th avenue but refuses to explain why it took two hours before someone dropped him off at the hospital. a gas line fire was quickly brought under control in berkeley this afternoon. this shows how unpredictable flames were. the blaze ignited when a worker dug into the line with a shovel. a parked truck was damaged. cruise capped the leak just before 4:00 today. >> we're learning more tonight about the man accused of driving drunk and causing a deadly crash saturday night. the 28-year-old made his first court appearanc
. >> the oakland first friday art festival starts with changes after the deadly shooting of a high school senior. businesses and organizers are discussing ways to improve safety. the event starts at 5:00 and ends at 9:00, an hour earlier. extra police and private security will be on patrol. the size of the venue has been reduced from a dozen blocks to five blocks. performances are focused around "healing." >> the fremont police department has announced plans for a gun buyback program march 16. a donation by a private citizen allows them to host the buy back for residents and will be held at the fremont fire training facility on stevenson boulevard. the money to be offered was not provided and the police department will release more information about the event next week. >> new details about the latest person charged in the murder of a millionaire. our media partner, the "san jose mercury news" reports a 33 year oat katrina fritz was a main girl among a string of prostitutes. documents show that the cell phone records show she and her brother were in contact with each other during the home invasi
in with spencer christian to see what is happening on live doppler 7hd. >> we have the calm before the change. we have clear skies and clouds lurking offshore. they will be moving inland, and here is a reflection on how warm it was today. the temperatures are soaring around the bay area. 76 in santa rosa and record highs in oakland and santa cruz. right now we have clear skies. we are down to 46 in half moon bay, and as we go to another list of readings, temperatures in the 40s already at santa rosa and napa and fairfield. getting cool, but not cold. the seven-day forecast coming up a little later. >> thank you. a much different first friday in oakland. the evening art festival has been scaled back after a teen was shot and killed following last month's festivities. it is in a much smaller section of telegraph avenue five blocks from west grand to 27th. alan wang is live in oakland. alan, how did it go? >> one of the big changes is they shutdown the event an hour early. and they just reopened telegraph avenue about 20 minutes ago. there were questions as to whether the city could handle another e
of same-sex marriage. the supporters #r* changing their profile picture to the red and pink colored equal sign logo from the human rights campaign. it is an organization in support of gay marriage. as carolyn tyler mentioned, she will be back at the u.s. supreme court tomorrow as the justices consider the defense of marriage act. she will have live reports here on abc7 news and she will tweet updates at c tyler abc7. >>> less than an hour from now, the golden gate bridge will never be quite the same. no more toll takers. the iconic span is going all electronic. it is a big change obviously that some wonder might affect the morning commute. cornell bernard is live where toll takers have just a few more minutes left. >> that's right. since it opened in 1937, the golden gate bridge has never been without toll takers until now. at midnight that all changes. all electronic following arrives and tonight the toll takers are saying their goodbyes. drivers are handing over tolls for the last time to toll takers who are leaving his toll booth for good. the flowers are gifts from drivers. >> are you
and dvds. >> when a child cries, maybe they're yanking your change or in the habit. but maybe they're in distress. >> reporter: the dream team says it's the best way to achieve long-term sleep success. >> a good night sleep is a great, yummy, wonderful thing and that's what you're going tor giving to your child. then it's something to celebrate. >> reporter: two weeks after the intervention, the team's methods seem to have paid off. miraculously, mia is sleeping 12 hours a night and going to bed without a peep. >> night-night. >> good job. >> night-night. >> reporter: emmy, however, is a work in progress. [ baby crying ] >> that's the hard part. >> reporter: but 10 minutes later, she, too, goes to sleep all on her own. >> it's 7:37 and it would appear as though everybody is sleeping right now. >> reporter: giving danielle and marchello the first quiet time they've had in a month. >> reporter: we checked with them six months after their experiment and both emmy and mia are still sleeping througho ini night. the couple say sleep training has been life changing. >> and we actually hav
change to tell you about tonight about to take place for american travelers heading towards security at the airport. for the first time since 9/11, the tsa is allowing some knives on board. an announcement greeted with confusion and outrage by flight attendants. abc's david kerley has our story. >> reporter: the things people try to carry on a plane may boggle your mind. but tonight, after more than a decade of confiscating tens of millions of pocket knives, the tsa says it's time for a change. you can now carry a small knife on board. >> we know that these small little items are unlikely to be used again to try to hijack an aircraft. >> reporter: in a month and a half, you'll be allowed to carry a folding knife if the blade is less than 2.36 inches long. and a half inch wide. golfer will be able to carry on two clubs and hockey, lacrosse and pool players can board with their sticks. razor blades and box cutters, like those used by the hijackers on 9/11, will still be banned. not every flight has an air marshal on board who is trained to deal with knife-wielding passengers -- >> drop
and change this to help our youth. >> by law existence of the california med board is set to expire next year but raums have the power to keep it going. >> san jose police hoping home security cameras can help them solve the city's ninth homicide of the year plea, say someone called 911 to report a man had been shot at about 4:30 this morning. the victim died at the scene. investigators are reaching out to neighbors to see if it shooting was maybe caught on video. in san francisco, police trying to determine how a man found crushed to death inside of a bart elevator managed to get into the elevator in the first place. the homeless man apparently was sleeping on top of the elevator with his personal belongs. >> cardinals gathered today before the conclave gets underway tomorrow. david ono how some go in a pope others come out a cardinal it was the final chance to have their say before it's time to vote. one last opportunity to speak out. >> this process immediately before going into this sistine chapel to do voting is trying to assess, you know those that are phone shall candidates and get a c
emerges as the next leader of the catholic church, change is on the way. and the protesters we saw today were detained by police, making for a very intense moment in what was otherwise a peaceful day. we met pilgrims from europe, latin america, asia, they were singing, cheering, they were rooting for the cardinals from their own countries. in some ways, it really felt like a little bit of a soccer match out there. >> cecilia, thanks so much. >>> i want to turn now to father john wauch of rome via chicago who has been watching all day the conclave. we heard cecilia talk about the crowds. you were saying to me, it was a different feeling you had out there today. >> i think that what you see is, once the conclave has begun, there's a change in the air. there's a change in the tone surrounding the vatican. >> taking this seriously, knowing this matters? >> you could say that the opening of the conclave, with the music and the hymns and the pageantry of it, the prayer, casts a spell, almost, on the city. and the people in the square this evening, waiting for the smoke, i think, you get a sens
goes away that is our goal. it will send a message to the rest of the country. >> not change minds of critic who's campaigned on behalf of drop 8. >> not about same-sex marriage. it's about question of whether marriage should be eliminate. >> we're trying to have access to marriage and that is what it's all about. this is equal access to an institution that the american society holds dear. >> this berkeley couple says they feel a sense of honor for their roll in this historic case. it's unclear if justices will rule narrowly or make a decision. >> we're confident the court will define marriage between a man and woman. >> justices expected to rule by the end of june. in san francisco abc 7 news. >> the supreme court ruling as the culmination had years of litigation. 52% of california voter as proved the ban on gay marriage. about two years later in august 4th the judge struck down prop 8 and ruled gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry. okay. so a year and a half later on february 7th, a appeals court upheld a ban. that cleared a way to what happened. on december 7,
to get a check of the weekend forecast. kind of raisey today, overcast. >> yes. changes are on the way. >> yes. changes include rain. a lot of high cloud cover right now. you can look towards san francisco. skies aren't clear. temperatures now 59 in san francisco. 55 half moon bai. other areas into the 60s from our tv we're looking at a view of heavenly. people enjoying nice skiing now. feels like spring up there. there is a chance of snow coming to the tahoe area next week. temperatures 72 in santa rosa and livermore, here is what ahead this evening if you're stepping out. coastal fog in the morning. by afternoon, bright, sunny. upper 50s to mid-70s, i'll have the forecast and when that rain will appear in a few minute autos thank you. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 a driver makes a stop and then, gets fired. what this video caught him doing on the job. >> what is to blame for a slump in video game sales? >> then, celebrating a big traffic project in the east bay. the big chaifrkz coming to downtown hayward starting tonight that could speed up the ride. >> michael finney taking
sunrise. we will talk about more sunshine. but things are definitely changing. come back and we will look at an interesting forecast when we return. >> thanks, lisa. also next lights went out across the world. why the power went out on the bay bridge, the golden gate bridge, and other landmarks across the globe. also a warning for shoppers. well, you better check out that new ipad before you leave the store. the unwanted surprise some the unwanted surprise some buyers arelet's play: [ all ] who's new in the fridge! our mystery guest: ensure complete... uh...do you support bones? [ ding! ] i've got calcium and vitamin d. oh! immune system. [ ding! ] one word: antioxidants. heart health? [ ding! ] my omega 3s never skip a beat. how 'bout muscles? [ ding! ] i have protein and revigor to protect, preserve, and promote muscle health. [ ding! ding! ding! ] that's a winner! ensure complete! [ female announcer ] the four-in-one nutrition of ensure complete. a simple choice to help you eat right. [ major nutrition ] ensure complete. nutrition in charge. ♪ sunlight says get up and go ♪ mountain
carrier but the president wants to change that. >> yes. michael finney is here with another change that could unlock phone autos this is people rising up and going are you kidding me? the white house heard from 114,000 smart phone customers. they signed a petition saying they want the right to switch carriers. the president says he agrees. the white house wants to change a rule making it a crime to switch carriers. that rule took affect january 26th aplaying to phones purchased and a lot of people will reduce competition among carriers. relaxing rules will take an act of congress so change will be slow. mercury insurance filed a lawsuit to block a decrease in insurance rates. the state insurance commissioner ordered kpt to reduce rates by 8%. that decision was based on a review of the revenue and expenses. so about 270 home owners are about to get insurance. the lawsuit will delay price breaks for homeowners. >> nothing speaks of madison avenue like the dollar. sheer proof. subtle ads are forcing adults to make decisions about their between-aged daughters. no longer is sexy under w
. >> reporter: it is quiet right now, it is symbolic of a changing catholic church. the bells were ringing and people were singing here at the san jose church to celebrate the first latin american pope. it is something they have waited 20 centuries for. >> i think that this particular pope would have deeper sympathies and understanding of what it it is to be a child of an immigrant and hopefully our own children of immigrants can relate. >> the 1.2 billion catholics are from latin america. the faithful cried and prayed across argentina for the new pope francis who they knew as jorge, bergoglio, the archbishop of buenos aires. >> i spoke to my relatives and they are emotional and happy and pleased. they say he is a very, very inteligent man. he is not easy to manage. he is a person of principal. >> members of the argentine club of san jose toasted their new pope. >> i have a wait and see attitude toward this pope because he has a reputation for being an ultra conservative. an ultra conservative pope is not necessarily the remedy of what ales the catholic faith. >> my prayer is that this new
: it is quiet right now, it is symbolic of a changing catholic church. the bells were ringing and people were singing here at the san jose church to celebrate the first latin american pope. it is something they have waited 20 centuries for. >> i think that this particular pope would have deeper sympathies and understanding of what it it is to be a child of an immigrant and hopefully our own children of immigrants can relate. >> the 1.2 billion catholics are from latin america. the faithful cried and prayed across argentina for the new pope francis who they knew as jorge, bergoglio, the archbishop of buenos aires. >> i spoke to my relatives and they are emotional and happy and pleased. they say he is a very, very inteligent man. he is not easy to manage. he is a person of principal. >> members of the argentine club of san jose toasted their new pope. >> i have a wait and see attitude toward this pope because he has a reputation for being an ultra conservative. an ultra conservative pope is not necessarily the remedy of what ales. catholic faith. >> is t my prayer is that this w pope will be on
will be smiling tomorrow as well as the forecast looks terrific. get ready for big weather changes next week. we'll have the >> carolyn: police have released the name of map accused of stealing a taxi yesterday and ramming it into a police car. peter russell was arrested on suspicion of carjacking and assault against a police officer. police say russell jumped on to the hood of the taxicab, shattering its wished. when the driver jumped out, he jumped in and drove away. when police tried to intervene, russell rammed the police car. >>> protesters vietnamizeed banks on franklin avenue last night, and shattered a large window at the transcribe bound -- tribune tower. >> san jose police are still looking for one suspect in a violent purse snatching. police are looking for january 000 rios, his sister was arrested on thursday. police say joseette punched and kicked the victim after she got off the light rail frame. both suspects then ripped the purse from the victim and ran away. >> new concerns about contaminated soil at moffet field. >> celebrating the irish around the bay. the big parade and the p
change people should know about, meters will run in this neighborhood until 10 pl for these special events. now, the new parking price came as a shock to baseball fans hoping to catch the matchup between japan in puerto rico. >> have to think twice about coming up here or maybe do mass transit itch together. i don't know, $7 an hour is ridiculous. >> nelson and his family took mass transit into the city for the game so they did avoid the high parking prices. the new price is part of a new program by san francisco to manage the city's limited parking meter spaces, and if you do the math, for two hours, at one of these meters, it will cost 14 bucks. the alternative is parking in a neighborhood parking garages, and i just checked out some of those. they're charging for today between 20 and $30. so the meeters are actually still a little deal compared to the parking garages. reporting live in san francisco, abc7 news. >> carolyn: thank you, sergio. new at 6:00. residents and merchants on polk street in san francisco have the choice of two meetings to attend about parking changes. at iss
big changes in terms of tunnels but also another big change getting around town. reminders for people on the golden gate bridge. cruise installed giant signs above the toll plaza to let drivers know tolls will be electronic starting on wednesday. there no toll takers you can set up an account or get a bill in the mail after crossing the bridge. all changing on wednesday. >> all for better right? >> coming up hate being locked into two year sell krel phone plans? one carrier could make that a thing of the past. >> archie the dog, stolen on bart, back home. you're going to hear from the happy relieved owner. >> i'm abc 7 news sandhya patel live from the roof of the kgotv broadcast center get ready for showers. i'll let you know if this will >>> new on abc 7 news at 5:00 we have great mus to report about a missing dog. the little dog has been found. look how cute and returned to its owner. john? >> you're right archie is back safe and sound. bart says charges are pending against people who had the dog. this is archie spending time with corinne. he is a registered service dog who helps he
rigs of foorts many firefighters have long been pushing to change what is called technical bulletin 117. a state regulation adopted requiring foam, furniture to withstand a 12-second expo sthour a fall open flame. a former are fire captain says chemicals used to meet that standard gave him cancer. >> we're now faced with a chemical puzzle that we're exposed to. we believe that flame retardant, a large piece of the puzzle has to be eliminated. >> that left question of studies that show the chemicals can cause cancer, description, and lower iqs in children. the panel heard the last comment on governor brown's change. he wants to eliminate the open flame test requiring a smolder only test which manufactures could meet. >> they're ingested by people and pets. >> the chemical industry is opposed to the change. it truly believes chemicals are safe and by slowing down house fires, they're saving lives. >> that does not address or meet the governor's mandate for safer furniture. >> the panel expected to decide this year whether the change should go through. what companies make for california ma
at a symbol in support of same-sex marriage. the supporters #r* changing their profile picture to the red and pink colored equal sign logo from the human rights campaign. it is an organization in support of gay marriage. as carolyn tyler mentioned, she will be back at the u.s. supreme court tomorrow as the justices consider the defense of marriage act. she will have live reports here on abc7 news and she will tweet updates at c tyler abc7. >>> less than an hour from now, the golden gate bridge will never be quite the same. no more toll takers. the iconic span is going all electronic. it is a big change obviously that some wonder might affect the morning commute. cornell bernard is live where toll takers have just a few more minutes left. >> that's right. since it opened in 1937, the golden gate bridge has never been without toll takers until now. at midnight that all changes. all electronic following arrives and tonight the toll takers are saying their goodbyes. drivers are handing over tolls for the last time to toll takers who are leaving his toll booth for good. the flowers are gifts f
or another event at at&t park will now cost you more. you may want to grab some extra change. >> abc7 news goes one-on-one with actor harrison ford and why he was in >> good monday morning at 4:53. at golden gate bridge, traffic is moving fine but mike says you don't have to worry about the rain today. when do you need to start thinking about it? we will check in a moment. sue hall has the traffic coming up. >> parking meter fees are going up around at&t park in san francisco with meter hours extended until 10:00 p.m. monday through saturday around the ballpark at 25 cents an hour from 6:00 to 10:00 but on game days it increases to $7 an hour. the first event increase meter rate is the world baseball classic spring pre-season. >> it does not look so spring like. >> we were spoiled yesterday. it is time for the weather to change. right, mike nicco? >> we needed the change because we need the change. radar is quiet across the entire state. we will look at what is going to happen this afternoon. we will have temperatures in the upper 60's to low 70's through the central valley and low-to-mid
and that will keep our beaches cool. but bigger changes are on the way and we've got some rain in our seven-day forecast. we will have that next. >> all right, lisa. thank you. also next, lights out across the world. why things went gash on the golden gate bridge and other landmarks across the globe. and coney island reopens today and coney island reopens today for the first time since super [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. citiban♪ popmoney. easier banking. ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. makes it easy for anne to manage her finances wh
traffic only, meaning there will be two bores dedicated to each direction at all time. a change from the current system of reversing direction in the second board depending on the work time. the work is important but not the only one left. >> there is still a lot of work to be done behind the scenes and it's very critical. it's actually the installation of the ventilation systems and fire systems. that is -- not only need to be installed but integrated with existing systems and operations and maintenance buildings and tested before the tunnel can open to traffic. >> the fourth floor project son track to come in on budget. $402.1 million. in oakland, heather ishimaru, abc 7 news. >> still ahead at 4:00 another live look at vatican city where the large crowds are now gone. the vatican not only used smoke but also social media to announce the new pope. >> plus, military sexual assault. victims share stories today and plead for change. >> also coming up how facebook changed a status two of good friends. >> new at 4:30 online efforts by students to get the white house to resume tours. wha
of hospital errors. ten years ago, we learned about the exhausted medical intern. so the policies changed. fewer hours, more changes of shift. but tonight, a counterintuitive surprise. did this put patients at greater risk? abc's chief medical and melt adviser richard besser on a vulnerable moment in a hospital room. watch out for the handoff. >> reporter: there are as many 98,000 deaths each year from mistakes made in america's hospitals. some of the blame -- exhausted doctors. but the new studies are raising questions about the fix. interns today report making more mistakes than they did when the shifts were longer and they had less sleep. one of the major reasons, shorter shifts mean doctors hand off critical information about you and your care to the next team on duty more frequently. whenever you or a loved one is in the hospital you need to be aware of this. think of it as a game of telephone. it used to be, during a three-day stay in the hospital, your information was handed off three different times. now as many as nine. the more handoffs, the greater the chance for mistakes. thes
if this unending winter means climate change is happening faster and faster. >> reporter: tonight, a blizzard is hammering the northern plains. messy highways in minnesota. high winds and whiteout conditions in north dakota. winter storm watches and warnings from virginia to maine. and there's a severe weather risk tonight. tornado watches and warnings already popping up. as the plows come out, millions of people put the boots back on for what may seem like the umpteenth time. spring officially arrives wednesday and it seems people are more ready than ever. >> it's kind of strange and unusual. >> it's certainly a lot different than it used to be when i was a kid. >> march should not be this cold. >> reporter: but is it that unusual? we looked at the data. for the lower 48, most meteorological winters in the last ten years have been above average. this winter was almost two degrees above average, so not colder, but warmer. and when it comes to tornadoes, last year there were just over 900 confirmed, less than every year since 2003. but the one factor that is definitely more extreme in recent h
is finding a home on the shooting range. here's abc's juju chang. >> reporter: for these women, girl power means fire power. >> ready, bust it. >> reporter: welcome to advanced defensive pistol training. these are the sure shots, a women's only shooting league based in austin, texas. >> rock out, girl. >> that was awesome. >> reporter: nationwide, gun ownership is at an all-time high, and now a report 23% of women say they own a gun. the surprising spike has spawned a cottage industry from hello kitty handguns to this blinged out revolver tweeted by kim kardashian. but make no mistake, these women are dead serious about the right to bear arms. >> you have to say it defensively all the time. you have to think about it when you're in your car. you have to think about it when you're at the grocery store. it just takes a second for everything to change. >> reporter: holly is a mother of two who says she joined sure shots to learn the best way to protect her family. >> we talk about what is that situation if somebody breaks in the house. you know, your dad and i are going to defend you. but i a
to saturday. >> there are a few things can you do to adjust to the time change. experts recommend start changing your routine a few days ahead of time. each night, go to bed and get up 15 minutes earlier. move the alarm far away so you have to get out of bet. it sounds like sleep training with babies. you want to move your schedule, do it 15 minutes at a time. >> anyone here want to get up 15 minutes earlier? >> please! >> no comment. because there is no good comment . >> now a look outside at what is going on you can see the wall of water developing over the ocean where the greatest instability is. the ocean water is warmer than land right now so when you bring that cold air over the warm ocean water you can see what it is doing with yellow developing out there that is light-to-moderate rain. it is all headed toward us. the closer you are to the coast the more likely you are to get wet. the bay bridge, they said would cut off at 2:30 but they have been keeping it on longer. it is fascinating. how do you dress when you leave the house? san jose is at 42 and mill valley, same thing. 40 a
cases against goulet while in the army were dropped in change for accepting less than honorable discharge saying he could have been in jail rather than preying on women and killing two police detectives. goulet ambushed sergeant butch laker and elizabeth butler before he was killed. >> the city council of santa cruz will tackle the growing homeless problem. there is renewed focus in finding a long term solution after 100 were moved out of the tent city last friday from a park. city leaders offering sweeping proposals and a memo and will look at more affordable housing operations, increased enforcement, and encouraging faith-based groups to stop feeding the homeless and, instead, shift their efforts to finding housing. >> president obama begins making the first of three rare trips to capitol hill today to meet with rank and file lawmakers for a budget. he will speak with senate democrats and house of representatives republicans tomorrow. on thursday, president obama will be back again for meeting with house of representatives democrats and senate republicans house g.o.p. budget c
to say except to wonder how much real change this will bring while the department remains under staffed with just 611 officers. chief jordan says district 4 will be the beta test. the trial, if you will, before the program is ruled out to the rest of the city. >> twr two men taken to the hospital after a fight in front of skroby's bar and grill. one man covered -- suffered a cut to his neck. he is listed in stable condition investigators don't know what set off this fight. >> protests outside of san francisco planned parenthood have grabbed the attention of the board of super visors. a loophole let's protestors stand just inches from the front door. >> as long as they don't move feet they're able to get close to our client. and bully them. >> we're here to support women, children, and provide education materials for them. >> a proposal by supervisor campos would create a buffer zone of 25 feet around planned parenthood. >> members of the -- confronted post master again ral during the national postal convention. they're asking him to reconsider the cuts. >> bringing it to the public's at
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for changes beginning at the coast today. and the possibility of rain increases for this last weekend of march. we will talk about it coming up. >> all right, lisa. thank you. also next lights went out across the world. why the power was turned off on the bay bridge, the golden gate bridge and other landmarks across the globe. plus a warning for shoppers. why you better check out that new ipad before you leave the store. we will explain com >>> welcome back, everyone. thanks so much for joining us on this sunday morning. aurilia looking live at the golden gate bridge. today will be a lot like yesterday. partly cloudy, partly sunny, about 62 degrees in san francisco today. but rain is coming. stick around. lisa argen will tell you how much and when. >>> president obama is back in the white house this morning following his four-day trip to the middle east. the president met with the leaders of israel, jordan and the palestinian authority during his visit in what has been hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough. he persuaded israel to apologize to turkey for a commando raid three years ago that kille
. >> let the post office work with the unions, with the partners, to make changes to the postal service. >> one proposed reform would change the law that requires the post office to pay bill odd dollar0s year to fund future retiree's pensions. >> lines are forming outside the supreme court ahead of the hearing to decide the constitutionality of prop 8. the referendum banned same-sex marriage after the state's highest court ruled it was legal. on wednesday the court considers the defense of marriage act which denies federal benefits to married same-sex couples. nine states and the district of columbia allow same-sex marriage, nine more have strong civil union or partner ship laws. >> carol lynn tyler is traveling to washington, dc and will be sitting in court when the nation's highest court considers whether california's prop 8 wrongly denies gays and lesbians the right to marry. >>> the nationest highest court is taking on another big issue that cost taxpayers more than $3 billion a year. the a practice that leads to higher prescription prices. >>> also a silicon valley big wig is helpi
to get the ban and will deliver a petition with 55,000 signatures to state regulators considering changes to state home furnishing guidelines which allow the chemicals' use. >> i am feeling like i should buy a lottery ticket. lisa said the chances for rain are not that great and -- boom! -- so what does that say? >> we are talking about isolated showers here around santa cruz, notice we have a little activity offshore and the hills of the east bay and low clouds will accompany this with a little bit of mist and drizzle as you head out. it will be cool and with that, the temperatures are being held fairly much in the 40's to near 50. hayward is near 50. los gatos is at 45 and 40 in santa rosa. always head out the door look for the cloud cover and cool conditions, 40's and 50's and by the afternoon the sea breeze kicks up mostly to partly cloudy skies, mid-60's an the bay with upper 60's inland east bay staying cool in the 50's at the coast and a look ahead, featuring the partly cloudy skies today, better chance of rain tomorrow, with similar temperatures. by friday, behind the system, a qu
change its mind? >> in this country, once there's a not guilty verdict, the case is over. but in italy, prosecutors can appeal. and they did appeal. and they won. and the high court effectively said try this case again. >> reporter: butt simply, the italian judicial system is very different than our own. even if she is convicted again, that can be appealed as well. >> she's worried. she doesn't understand. the system here is different from america, and i know there's a lot of concern in america about what happened here. i think it's a fair system. we have to analyze why the court has decided. and after that, perhaps we will be in a position to say something more. >> reporter: knox came to perussia to study italian in 2007. >> reporter: knox and her former boyfriend were found guilty. >> found guilty of sexually assaulting and killing ms. kercher. >> it was just weeks after her arrival that meredith kercher was brutally killed. knox and her then boyfriend of just one week were arrested. overnight she became a murder suspect and international immediate obsession. in december 2009, they w
get much from the rain. >> enjoying suchblt i have to tell you things have changed in just the last several minutes here. temperatures 73 degrees. 16 degree drop. we have sea breeze back. and you can't see behind me. so change is underway. you'll see first signs of weekend storm. that is not moisture it's just a band of clouds. it's too dry at lower layers to make it to the ground just yet. you can see fog and high clouds above. it's been a beautiful, warm spring day that is about to change. it's 50 in half moon bay and a chilly day. only 57 so far. because of the fog. taking a look at the view you can see temperature temperatures. los gatos made it to 82 today. i know, it's hard to believe. a chance of showers, then, showers looking likely easter sunday. so let me show you weather system going to bring us wet weather this weekend. winds ahead of the system brought us warmth today, this area of low pressure moves towards bay area we're going to see the storm coming up tomorrow morning 6:00 a.m. really could be cloud cover here, heading into noon, by 5:00 p.m. we're looking at a chan
but that will be the last day of this kind of weather. how our pattern is changing a little bit later. >> thank you very much. >> still ahead at 4:00 ebay expanding its same day delivery service now, competing with amazon and walmart. >> former dn drks -- nba star makes new, high profile friends in north korea. >> coming up at 4:11 checking traffic. wow. downtown skyway is jammed in both directions. bumper to bumper left to right going to lower deck of the bay bridge. not much better for folks heading southbound. stay with us, more still to >>> san francisco symphony is mourning the loss of their principal oboist. he was the principle oboist. he collapsed saturday night, he was also an instructor at san francisco conservatory yeef music. >> technology news, not only are smart phones becoming smarter, but tougher, too. same sung will protect phones from malwear used to steal sensitive information from phones. there are some reports that it will have an option to keep business and use separate but contained on one device. ebay offering same day delivery service to san jose. that is one uping amazon's serv
as of yesterday and today. three yellow. the city not expecting that to change. in anticipation of rain they did inspect roof tops of the water-damaged homes. otherwise they're not expecting the rain to do anymore damage. it will be months before they're fully recovered here. >> this hull is supposed to have water in it. it helps compact the soil around a freshly-repaired pipe. it's one of six that the story will be repairing here. they were damaged when a 16 inch water main broke, and flooded the neighborhood a week ago. a two-foot river of water roared down 15th avenue damaging 23 homes. the pipes are just one of many projects that will take months to complete and will be an agonizing wait for owners of the three homes. that st how long the city says it will have to wait and watch the unstable soils underneath them. one large sink hole spread underneath the three red tagged houses and threatening other yellow tagged homes. the city says it will take tle to six months of waiting to see how the soil settles and dries out. only then can engineers decide if the homes can be saved. sfpuc says the r
to change this. >> also. facebook executive cheryl sandberg dives head first into the he shall of women and the way they are treated in the workplace. >> all that coming later on jimmy kimmel live. >> tonight on the show jennifer lopez bob and my dramatic one-on-one sit down with mark wahlberg who finally confesses that he 40's boston. i knew sf about.fro >> this week the head of the transportation security administration plans to defend his decision to allow some knives back on airplanes. the new tsa policy would allow fol foldable knives with blades up to 2.36 inches as carry on items. fen i was in. tsa head will testify before a house homeland security committee this thursday. he's going to talk about how it will affect security lines and how assessment determined small naivs couldn't cause catastrophic damage in airplane cabin. the decision has been criticized by airline employee groups. >> we do not need these blades on board. these will be concealed weapons. and there were blades that were smaller than this that caused all the damage that took place on september 11. >> new
to the horizon. so who is this man, and will he bring change to the church at the crossroads of a new time? abc's josh elliott with the tens of thousands of people in st. peter's square today. josh? >> it was a day that began as last night had ended, with a midday plume of black smoke after the first two votes that revealed a still undecided electorate. but at 7:07 local time, as day turned to night over vatican city behind me, the church, after five eagerly awaited votes by those 115 cardinals, had a new supreme leader. the electricity and awe were palpable, as plumes of white smoke rose into the cold, damp, night air. just moments later, there could be no doubt as the bells of st. peter's basilica pealed and sent tens of thousands massed in st. peter's square and beyond, into euphoria. [ crowd chanting ] and as the celebration continued, the vatican and military marching bands provided a soundtrack, a tangible anticipation filled the air. until history's 266th pope was introduced, the 76-year-old jorge bergoglio of argentina, who will now be known as pope francis. a theological conservative,
was forever changed. >> reporter: the prime suspect, evan ebel, a recent parolee who was killed in a shoot-out with police texas two days later. late today, police say ballistic tests show the gun he used in texas was the same one used to kill tom clements. >> this is an exact match, it has been confirmed. >> reporter: law enforcement sources say they expect he also killed a pizza delivery man to use his uniform as a disguise as he approached clements' home. ebel was a member of the 211 crew. abc news has learned tom clements thought the gang was too strong and to break it up, he ordered members sent to different institutions. investigators are now interviewing inmates to see if the gang ordered a hit on clements. in recent years, experts say all tra violent white supremacist gangs, like the 211 crew and the arian brotherhood, the subject of this national geographic investigation, have expanded their criminal enterprises outside the prison walls, selling drugs and running guns, all directed from behind bars. >> they devised all kinds of codes. the letter may look benign, but it's directing
think you're right. many people are anxious to get this resolved and for change but as you heard in the report, the court doesn't seem in a hurry to decide thn this matter. the justice asked should we be here? "?jk3 people were notÑi followg the coverage of today's arguments we found a few who were. bailey collins was one of them. >> justices appeared pretty hesitant. they were groping for answers from this side. >> among questions asked today was whether children of same-sex couples were well adjusted..ob this is a heated issue for families in the bay area. >> justice scalia expressing uncertainty about the state of themyqÑysocial science on samex couples raising children. >> bill may was glad to hear the issue of pro creation was discussed. >> creates the only civil institution that unites kids with moms and dad autos two justices said that is not an issue in this case. jean tate agreed. >> there is a lot of bad s and so if that is a right to get marry that had should be held for the same for all. >> in city hall, marriage licenses were given out only to heterosexual couple
of impairment for drivers on drugs. several law enforcement agencies are backing new legislation to change that. officials say drunk driving cases are difficult to prosecute without a standard. one officer relates the story of his sun, also a chp officer killed on the job. that driver failed all field sobriety tests and a lab test but was not convicted. >> blood tests came back positive. we zront a limit in california. >> the jury heard all of this. and they still had people in the jury who said there is nudge wrong with smoking marijuana and driving so there ahung jury. >> the new bill proposes a zero toller yens level of illegal drugs in a driver's body. >> documents unsealed show everest bashham, the man charged with making threats against state senator leelandy had quite an arsenal in his home, he is being held on a dozen charges. investigation records show the police found 26 guns, thousands of bullets, and dozens of high capacity clips during a raid on bashham's house last month. >> today, rallies held in the bay area and across the nation on this national day of action to reduce gun viol
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intellectuals, she changed into a sensible dress and flats to change her impression of herself. >> i'm a pretty white woman. and that's what we call a sexy girl. it's a legacy i've been cashing out on. >> in just 10 minutes, she yanked back the curtain on the glossy photos, showing how the industry creates a mirage of sexuality on the flawless bone structure of girls too young to have boyfriends. >> this picture was the very first time i had worn a bikini. i didn't even have my period yet. this is what i looked like with my grandma just a few months earlier. >> reporter: she described frustration with a society that stops and frisks a disproportionate of young black men while she enjoys the perks of being a thin white girl. >> because i'm a model, because i've been in magazines looking a certain way, there's a lot of people interested in hearing what i have to say. i think that's very superficial. i'm quite young. i don't have an impressive resume. >> reporter: and despite all the perks, she then shared the one tip to models -- aim higher. >> it requires a genetic lottery win really and just a
counsel, but we understand that could change as santa ana winds are expected to kick up in southern california with a wind advisory in effect until this afternoon. you can see flames are burning. when the pilot pulls out you will be able to see the fire trucks. 2,000 people are without power in southern california and the fire destroyed seven power poles. the fire has burned 150 acres since yesterday at 4:45. it is now 30 percent contained. the fire may have been sparked by downed power lines. >> thank you, katie. santa cruz police officers are going back on duty this morning for the first time since two colleagues in the department were killed by a man they investigated. cornell bernard is live in the santa cruz police station with the latest. cornell? >> the officers will be back on the job later this morning after several days of mourning the loss of their fellow officers. a memorial has grown by leaps and bounds with flowers and notes in honor of connective sergeant bump baker and elizabeth butler murdered on tuesday by jeremy goulet. we are learning chilling details about his p
. >> i'm spencer christian. taste of spring is now winding down. i'll show you weather changes coming o >> the city celebrating this first friday with key changes today its popularity lar art event. chaichkz brought on by a deadly shooting. nick smith is live at west grand and telegraph. >> putting an end to straight tagging and keeping events safe is not the responsibility that should fall soley on the shoulders of the police department. a grass roots organization is changing the way people look at, love, and view oakland. >> the community got together and said we need to do something about this. >> high school senior shot and killed after last month's event ended. in dhaiz old city leaders met with members. community to discuss the size and safety of the event. a grass roots organization took it further. making these green and white tee shirts selling only to people who took a pledge to stop defacing public property and gun violenced. respect the city and each other. >> so words were a work of many people coming together contributing ideas to be safe and equal, live in a place we love
and tomorrow night. clearing sunday. and changes next week. through saturday evening this, is important. it could be dangerous sneaker waves you should avoid those rock outcroppings and jetties. here is a look at satellite animation, you can see lots of clouds forming off shore. high pressure weak ridge still is a dominant feature, clouds will be thickening tomorrow. and so at the morning you'll see how clouds get thicker into the evening. spotty showers overnight into sunday morning then, more clouds sunday morning and maybe a couple of light spring yelz but by sunday afternoon, skies clearing out. mild sunday but cooler and more unstable weather pattern begins next week, overnight, clouds around, low temperatures midz to upper 40s and tomorrow, nice mix of clouds and sunshine. high temperatures in the south bay around 70 degrees. 70 on the peninsula. downtown san francisco a high of 64 tomorrow, north bay we'll see upper 60s in petaluma and napa. 67 in oakland, 66 freemon. highs in upper 60s to about 70s. here is the accu-weather forecast. so yale tiffly mild throughout the weekend de
will have the mild temperatures today but change are headed our way with clouds on the increase and right now from emeryville. temperatures mild in the low 50s. he are talking fair skies and really a split forecast between today and tomorrow. i'll explain coming up. >> thank you. also next, new concerns about a sinkhole that swallowed up part after house in central florida. what engineers are saying about it this morning. and a lawmaker resigned admitting he spent >> regulation cuers say a giant sinkhole is too big for them to recover a man who fell into it after the sinkhole opened up thursday night. victim, jeff bush; now presumed dead. his brother tried to save him. >> we heard a loud crash. i ran in there. i heard somebody screaming, my brother screaming, and i ran in there and all you could see was this big hole and all i could see was the top of his bed. >> as i told the family earlier, the only thing that would be worse than what they are feeling now for their loss would be to experience additional human loss. >> engineers worry the sinkhole will grow and consume morph the house th
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